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Si Shang Art Museum: ADL: ‘Tides of Sand and Steel’

Tides of Sand and Steel is an exhibition by ADL, a research-based collective that uses video and installation practices to engage with site-specific socio-political concerns. The current exhibition was developed during site visits in and around frontline communities...

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UCCA: ‘The New Normal. Art in China in 2017’

What is the place of art in China today? Or rather, in a world where the underpinnings of the post-World War II consensus have come suddenly loose, a world whose most prosperous corners find themselves in thrall to sectarian populism, a world increasingly unable to...

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Fundación Proa: ‘Yves Klein. A retrospective’

Together with Yves Klein Archives and the support of the French Embassy in Argentina and Tenaris, Fundación Proa presents  this first retrospective in Latin America of Yves Klein (1928–62), one of the most influential figures of the post-war era, whose short but...

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The Hepworth Wakefield: ‘Disobedient Bodies’

The Hepworth Wakefield presents a major exhibition with Jonathan Anderson, one of the world’s most innovative contemporary fashion designers, exploring the human form in art, fashion and design. A personal selection of sculptures will be on display, alongside notable...

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Index: Anna Boghiguian “Woven Winds”

Index presents an exhibition by Anna Boghiguian, the first solo presentation of the artist in Sweden. In a large-scale installation, Boghiguian uses drawing, sculptural elements and wall-texts to trace the long history of global cotton trade. Woven Winds interweaves...

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Pirelli HangarBicocca: Miroslaw Balka “Crossover/s”

“CROSSOVER/S” is the first retrospective in Italy by Miroslaw Balka (Warsaw, 1958), one of the leading artists of the last three decades, whose work explores human nature as well as individual and collective memory. Reflecting on the history of Europe and especially...

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Aperture: Thomas R. Schiff: ‘The Library Exhibition’

In 38 sweeping 360° panoramic photographs by Thomas R. Schiff, The Library Exhibition, based off the forthcoming publication The Library Book (Aperture, 2017), describes many of the great libraries of the United States of America, built between the 18th century and...

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Wellcome Collection: ‘Electricity – the Spark of Life’

The story of electricity is the story of life itself. From the structure of the atom to the functioning of our brains, this invisible yet vital force is intrinsic to human life. For centuries electricity has captivated inventors, scientists and artists alike, and in...

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Kasteel Wijlre: Gordon Matta-Clark ‘Cut, Split & Eat’

Trained as an architect at Cornell University and son of the famous Chilean surrealist artist Robert Matta, Gordon Matta-Clark is considered one of the most influential American avant-garde artists of the twentieth century. He was not interested in the creation of...

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Phillips: George Condo “The Way I Think’

The exhibition presents a survey of drawings and paintings by George Condo (b. 1957, Concord, New Hampshire), a prolific painter whose career spans three decades and is best known for his rich pictorial inventions, existential humor, and imaginative portraits that...

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Ballroom Marfa: ‘Strange Attractor’

Strange Attractor is an exhibition exploring the uncertainties and poetics of networks, environmental events, technology, and sound. The term “strange attractor” describes the inherent order embedded in chaos, perceivable in harmonious yet unpredictable patterns. This...

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Pizzuti Collection: Visions From India

A celebration of India full of color, innovation, and delight featuring large-scale installations, lush colorful paintings, video works, and remarkable sculptures from the 21st century. The artists represented proffer their own paths that link them to India and the...

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Fondation Maeght: Pascal Pinaud ‘Sempervivum’

To present the work of one of the most talented artists of his generation, the Maeght Foundation has partnered with the Espace de l’Art Concret in Mouans-Sartoux and the Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur for a unique experience dedicated to...

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Museum Voorlinden: Martin Creed ‘Say Cheese’

    Martin Creed (1968)  won the Turner Prize in 2001 and has emerged as one of the leading artists of his generation. Museum Voorlinden shows forty works of him. The exhibition under the title ' Say cheese! ' invites visitors to explore the universe by...

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